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United Nations Development Programme in Myanmar. Empowered lives. Resilient nations.
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Today at 8.00 PM (Bangkok time), you can ask experts about gross human rights violations in on Facebook live! Stay tuned and follow for details.
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UNDP Asia-Pacific Sep 12
Women play a key role in Myanmar’s agricultural sector, however lack of access, control & ownership are major constraints for female farmers. Meet Daw Maa Dee of Du Win village, mum of four & chairman of her village’s "thresher user group":
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UNDP Myanmar Sep 12
Excited about the release of the latest Indices? Tune in on Sept 14th at 10am EDT for an online conversation w/ and journalist on key findings & trends. Join at & UNDP Facebook.
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António Guterres Sep 12
Climate change poses a direct existential threat. Extreme heatwaves, wildfires, storms and floods are leaving a trail of destruction. We have the tools to win this race for our future. The time is now for ambitious .
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UNDP Myanmar Sep 11
Stay tuned – the latest Indices will be released on September 14 at 10am EST at
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UNDP Asia-Pacific Sep 11
Climate change is a race we can win. We already have the solutions, but we need governments, businesses & individuals to implement them. Let’s unite for - learn more and get involved at
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UNDP Myanmar Sep 11
In the blazing heat of ’s Dry Zone, the provision of heat-tolerant animals such as piglets, goats & chicks are providing a lifeline to the landless villagers and help them adapt to
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UNDP Asia-Pacific Sep 10
Every human on earth—even the laziest person—is part of the solution. See our Lazy Guide for actions you can take -
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António Guterres Sep 10
Climate change is the defining issue of our time – and we are at a defining moment. If we do not change course by 2020, we could miss our chance to avoid the disastrous consequences of runaway climate change. The time for ambitious is now.
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António Guterres Sep 9
On Monday in New York, I will sound the alarm on the global emergency that is climate change, and outline how we can win the race for our future. Watch live:
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UNDP Myanmar Sep 6
and recently released a report on how the use of can enhance the wellbeing of rural women in Myanmar. Former UNDP Innovation Specialist Eleonora Gatti blogs.
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UNU-CS Sep 4
Recently released report by and provides insights for organizations and individuals who wish to incorporate technologies to address issues related to wellbeing of people in developing countries.
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UNDP Myanmar Sep 4
Download the report here -
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UNDP Climate Aug 30
In Myanmar's Dry Zone temperatures can soar to 45 degrees Celsius. The provision of heat-tolerant piglets, goats & chicks provides a lifeline to the most vulnerable in the community: landless villagers
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UNDP Myanmar Aug 29
, today, launched its Rule of Law Programme in Rakhine State to enhance the capacities in the administration of law. With support from the Government of Japan, the Programme aims to build a “culture of excellence in legal advocacy and justice for all”.
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UNDP Myanmar Aug 28
The Fair Trial Standards Guidebook for law officers was officially launched in Rakhine State today. The Guidebook provides twelve international standards to help law officers protect peoples’ legal rights.
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UNDP Asia-Pacific Aug 27
BLOG | Asia's 700 million young people are reaching working age faster than their economies can create jobs for them, and they face headwinds in setting up and running their own businesses. They need some help with the 'hustle'!
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Knut Ostby Aug 24
One year ago, and Kofi Annan presented the report "Towards a Peaceful, Fair and Prosperous Future for the People of ." I wish to reiterate on this occasion our commitment to support the government in implementing its recommendations.
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UNDP Myanmar Aug 22
The Post Disaster Needs Assessment training kicks off today in Nay Pyi Taw to improve the understanding of the key government officials on the use of standardized methodology and approach to help estimate the need for recovery and implement recovery strategies.
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